When expert safecracker, Joey Faust, escapes from prison he is aided by an ex-army Major. There is a price on the Major's help though. He needs Joey to steal some radium. Why? So he can build an invisible army. You can find out more about The Incredible Transparent Man at A Passion for Horror ( 1 reviews ) Topics: the amazing transparent man, public domain, 1960, invisible army, safecracker, safe cracker
Not to be confused with Al Adamson's "Dracula vs. Frankenstein". Michael Rennie (dubbed by a different actor) plays a space alien bent on conquering the world by resurrecting all Earth's mad scientists and awakening the most deadly monsters in history; Count Dracula, The Mummy, the Wolf Man and the Frankenstein Monster, all under their control. Eventually all the monsters duke it out in a burning castle. Paul Naschy plays his usual dynamic "Wolfman","Valdemar... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: horror, sci-fi, mummy, wolf man, Frankenstein, Dracula
A mad scientist invents an invisibility formula which he plans to use to build an invisible army. Director Edgar G. Ulmer (1904 – 1972) is best remembered for the movies The Black Cat (1934) and Detour (1945). These stylish and eccentric works have achieved cult status, but Ulmer's other films remain relatively unknown. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: invisible man, sci-fi, atomic explosion, mad scientist
Sometimes called Turkish Star Wars, and also known as The Super Adam Who Saved Earth, Space Hero Lion Man or Turkish Lionman. This is a complete rip off of Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers'79, Flash Gordon'80, The Black Hole and Raiders of the Lost Ark all rolled into one astounding mess. Has a lot of stock footage lifted from old trailers for Star Wars, The Magic Sword and others; While also displaying costumes that resemble Flash Gordon's Ming, Star Wars' Darth Vader and... ( 12 reviews ) Topics: turish, star, wars, man, who, saved, world, lion, adam, scifi, science fiction, action, adventure,...